ROOMS
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Flushing Meadows Penthouses

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Check out our sunny rooftop rooms! All south-side rooms on the the hotel’s top floor boast oversized floor-to-ceiling windows as well as personal access to our spacious terrace, with a lovely view over the neighbourhood and sometimes even Alps. So high you can kiss the sky.

Both penthouses offer a personal terrace, so that you can soak in the sun – and the south view – whenever you feel like it. Inside, both spaces are flooded with light, thanks to expansive floor-to-ceiling windows.

And trust us, even getting out of bed is fun, when the Bavarian sky is the first thing you encounter in the morning. Artworks by Berlin-based artist Maximilian Rödel add an illustrative touch, while fabric panelled walls create a soothing vibe.

  • 30 qm
  • Spacious terrace (9qm)
  • Oversized windows
  • Kingsize bed
  • Natural mattress by Coco-Mat
  • 40“ HD TV
  • Workspace with Nespresso coffee machine and Dallmayr Capsa
  • Free WiFi
  • A/C
  • Electronic safe
  • Connecting door to a Studio for family (please directly contact the reception for price & infos)
  • Shower
  • Organic amenities by Walachei
  • 10 qm
  • Queen size bed
  • Natural Mattress by Coco-Mat
  • 32“ HD TV
  • Workplace with Nespresso coffee machine and Dallmayr Capsa
  • Free WiFi
  • A/C
  • Electronic safe
  • Organic amenities by Walachei

Flushing Meadows Lofts

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The third floor is home to 11 unique rooms, all of which feature reinforced concrete ceilings over four meters in height. Each of these rooms was created in close collaboration with selected personalities …

  • Birgit Minichmayr – Actress, Vienna
  • Michi Beck – Musician, Stuttgart/Berlin
  • Charles Schumann – Gastronomist, Munich
  • Quirin Rohleder – Eisbach Surfer, Munich
  • Albert Oehlen – Artist, Gais/Switzerland
  • Cathal McAteer – Founder/Creative Director “Folk”, London
  • Norbert Wangen – Designer – Vienna
  • Helmut Geier – DJ Hell, Munich
  • Marc Streitenfeld – Composer, Los Angeles
  • Konrad Dengler – Handyman & “Munich Original”, Sendling
  • Christophe de la Fontaine & Aylin Langreuter – Dante Goods & Bads, Schloss Hagen
  • 30 qm
  • King-Size Bed
  • Natural mattress by Coco-Mat
  • 40“ HD TV
  • Workplace with Nespresso coffee machine and Dallmayr Capsa
  • Free WiFi
  • A/C
  • Electronic safe
  • Shower or bathtub
  • Organic amenities by Walachei
  • 20 qm
  • Queen-Size Bed
  • Natural mattress by Coco-Mat
  • 32“ HD TV
  • Workplace with Nespresso coffee machine and Dallmayr Capsa
  • Free WiFi
  • A/C
  • Electronic safe
  • Shower
  • Organic amenities by Walachei
  • 15 qm
  • 2x Single (1,20m; bunk bed)
  • Natural Mattress by Coco-Mat
  • 32“ HD TV
  • Workplace with Nespresso coffee machine and Dallmayr Capsa
  • Free WiFi
  • Rainbow shower (4m high)
  • A/C
  • Electronic safe
  • Organic amenities by Walachei
  • 10 qm
  • Single (0,90m)
  • Natural Mattress by Coco-Mat
  • 32“ HD TV
  • Nespresso coffee machine and Dallmayr Capsa
  • Free WiFi
  • A/C
  • Electronic safe
  • Organic amenities by Walachei

Allow us to introduce our friends.

@THEFLUSHINGMEADOWSHOTEL

Sascha Arnold & Steffen Werner

Architects

Arnold / Werner stands for a holistic view of architecture and interior design that is always thought through down to the last detail without losing sight of the big picture. Arnold / Werner strives for harmony, combines function with design and interprets context, environment and individual preferences anew each time. The work process includes the development and exact detailing of the projects – from the building envelope to the interiors. The focus is on the economical use of resources, the use of domestic materials and energy- and cost-efficient solutions.

Aylin Langreuter & Christophe de la Fontaine

Designers (Dante Goods and Bads)

“In our Flushing Meadows Hotel room (which we call ‚Fumoir’), Dante Goods and Bads presents its Admit One Gentleman Collection, our homage to the myth and legend of “the gentleman”. His impeccable manners, his timeless elegance but also the decadence of his vices: all will be reflected by the nature of the objects, their material and manufacturing. Shining copper, smoked glass, sturdy leather – a material longing for a long-lost era.”


Oscar Wilde: “Do you mind if I smoke?”
Sarah Bernhardt: “I don‘t care if you burn.”

“The artist’s view does not have to make sense. At least not the sort of sense that can be easily expressed in words. There is no underlying conception or thematic arrangement. But to me, the selection is utterly plausible.”

Konrad Dengler

Handyman

“If you’re wondering about the photographs in my room … I took them in Munich’s Olympic Village (where I grew up) a while back. These bungalows were personalized and painted by the students, who lived in them. Before they were torn down and refurbished, I documented them all, hundreds of them. Just because. The room features some of my favorites.”

Marc Streitenfeld

Composer

Helmut Geier

DJ HELL (Gigolo Rec.)

“I am quite proud of the ‘Hell’s Angels’. The installation consists of three life-size medical skeletons, which I painted and formed into a band that is jamming on a small balcony over the room’s bed. There is also a stroboscope, which can be turned on or off, depending on your mood.”

For the project I thought about every hotel room I had ever spent a night, half a night, or even whole days in. From the god-forsaken, best-western style gaff in Paris that had fag ends behind the bed, to the Soho Grand NYC, where pretty memorable post-gig parties were had. Generally, from the moment you walk through a hotel door, you are faced with a generic, universal model, bed, bed-side lamp, TV … This is followed by a slight feeling of alienation as you are not at home, or usually really tired from work or play.

Cathal McAteer

Founder / Creative Director (Folk)

For Flushing Meadows I wanted to use different textures and colours to create a sense of the room being personally crafted, to make it feel less ‘hotelly’. All the other little details, such as the lights, their shape, the side-table carved out of different types of marble, the bed made from Bavarian wood, will hopefully be additional delights. I hope the guests ‘schlafen gut’. Especially under that Folk quilt. Consider it a dream catcher.”

“The artist’s view does not have to make sense. At least not the sort of sense that can be easily expressed in words. There is no underlying conception or thematic arrangement. But to me, the selection is utterly plausible.”

Albert Oehlen

Artist, Gais/Switzerland

Quirin Rohleder

Eisbach Surfer, Munich

“Now that’s what I call an illustrious circle – thanks for having me!
In my opinion, the Eisbach has become a bona fide tourist attraction in Munich. Which is why I wanted my room to pay tribute to our unique city-surfing culture. I hope you enjoy the hammock – and have a great stay in Munich!

Michi Beck

Musician, Stuttgart/Berlin

“The next best thing to actually being in Tokyo, is staying in my Japanese studio at The Flushing Meadows!”

Charles Schumann

Bartender, Munich

Süddeutsche Zeitung about Birgit Minichmayr:
Minutes before the shoot Birgit Minichmayr went overboard. While entering the cafeteria of Wiener Burgtheater and sipping on the sparkling wine she brought along, the waiter let her know that she’s not allowed to bring her own drinks. Minichmayr yelled: “Up yours!” Downs her glass in one sip, walks up to the waiter and hugs him like a close friend. Artists! According to Klaus Maria Brandauer “the most outstanding of her generation”.

SZ Magazin, Issue 22/2009

Birgit Minichmayr

Actress, Vienna

Norbert Wangen

Designer, Vienna

“T h i s r o o m i s f o r e v e r y o n e , w h o l i k e s i n t i m a t e h o t e l s – for guests that just want to feel at home.”